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Los Niños de San Rafael Enfrentan a los Niveles Crecientes del Mar

En un programa para unir a jóvenes a la planificación de la adaptación climática, estudiantes de quinto grado hicieron modelos de sus hogares y ciudades, y diseños para mejorarlos.

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Los Niños de San Rafael Enfrentan a los Niveles Crecientes del Mar

En un programa para unir a jóvenes a la planificación de la adaptación climática, estudiantes de quinto grado hicieron modelos de sus hogares y ciudades, y diseños para mejorarlos.

Living with Climate Swings: Heat 101

The Bay Area’s mild weather is a liability for its residents in the face of growing heat risks from temperature swings to hotter nights. But what exactly makes the heat linger?

Sizing Up Progress on Nature-Based Infrastructure

A May 2024 environmental conference covers levees, seawalls, reefs, wetlands, and other climate resilient shoreline designs for the Bay Area.

LA Heat Officer Goes Far But Not Far Enough

Knee Deep follows up with Marta Segura, one of only 3 heat chiefs nationwide, about lessons learned since 2023.

Big Oil Cheats Generations

A government report calls out Big Oil for delaying action of climate change for decades. A local activist isn’t surprised.

San Rafael Schoolkids Grapple with Rising Canal

In a program to involve youth in climate adaptation planning, fifth graders made models of their homes and town, and designed improvements.

Sharing Indigenous Wisdom for Climate Resilience

Everyday Climate Champions Podcast

Marshes Could Save Bay Area Half a Billion Dollars in Floods 

UCSC scientist Rae Taylor-Burns has assigned marsh restoration projects a dollar value in terms of human assets protected from climate change driven flooding.

Big Money but Short Deadlines for Regional GHG Reduction Projects

Requirements for the latest round of USEPA grants for climate resiliency and mitigation projects were tough for local officials to meet.

Will PG&E’s New Rates Help More People Electrify Their Homes?

Could middle income folks end up paying an unfair portion of the cost of the energy transition thanks to the new income-generated fixed charge?

How Collaborating with Community Really Works

A closely-watched co-design process has produced a hard-won plan for new nature-based, flood protection infrastructure and shoreline access points for North Richmond.

Art Daylights Resilience

Art can tell a deeper and different story. Are you an artist or illustrator or photographer? We’d like to see your work.

Why One Family Moved to the Valley and is Moving Again

A Tracy resident talks about climate change in the Valley and on the Coast.

Seeding Urban Gardens with Love 

Two Bay Area gardens are getting a boost from a new, country-wide seed sharing model promoting permaculture.

Changemaker Gets to Know Gilroy 

Mariah Padilla, a Bay Area native and city planning student, is exploring community-centric planning with Gilroy.

100+ Easements for One Flood Wall?

This Marin County community desperately needs a new flood wall. Private ownership and a pricey bill stand in the way.

Green Transportation

Emily, Liliana, Kalanii, Libny, Marc, Alexis & Mila, San Rafael

Renewable Energy

David, Christopher, Anderson, Elmer & Michael, San Rafael

Sort Your Waste

Dylan, Xavi, Alexis, David, Simone & Isabella, San Rafael

Wildfire Safety

Frank, Genesis, Jonathan, Nora, Grayson, Marc, Sarah & Ben, San Rafael